Childhood’s End

Without warning, giant silver ships from deep space appear in the skies above every major city on Earth. Manned by the Overlords, in fifty years, they eliminate ignorance, disease, and poverty. Then this golden age ends–and then the age of Mankind begins….

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  1. Not to be missed SF classic It sounds like a story you’ve heard before: great alien masters descend on Earth and take control of the world, ushering in a golden age that may be cleverly disguised creative slavery. But Clarke’s legendary novel (equal to _Rendezvous with Rama_ and _2001: A Space Odyssey_ in fame) isn’t about a human rebellion against alien overlords, but the evolution of humanity into its next stage, and the ultimate dwarfing power of the unknowable order of the cosmos. The narrative glides between…

  2. Profound statement on humanity’s role in the Universe Author Arthur Charles Clarke is renowned as one of the greatest science fiction writers of all time. His “2001: A Space Odyssey”, written with and filmed by Stanley Kubrick, is viewed as one of the seminal works in science fiction history. Obviously, Clarke didn’t make his career out of one single book (and movie). He has been quite a prodigious, and proficient, writer. In addition to writing three sequels to the “2001” saga, he also wrote the best-selling “Rama” series, numerous single…

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